Jamaica

Queens

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This south Queens neighborhood is both affordable and convenient, with easy commuter access to JFK airport. Jamaica is an abundantly diverse community with immigrants from the Caribbean, India, Bangladesh, Nigeria, and Sri Lanka. Whether you’re checking out one of the many restaurants along Liberty Ave, or stopping by for a bite at one our personal favorites (try Spicy Lanka for Kothu Rotti and Beijing Dumpling House for the most delicious handmade dumplings), the food in Jamaica is deeply reflective of its rich cultural scene. Make sure to stop by the King Manor Museum, where Rufus King (signer of the US Constitution and Senator of New York) lived after the American Revolution.




Buildings in Jamaica


153-30 89th Ave

Jamaica, Queens
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107-19 154th St

Jamaica, Queens
2 Apartments · Built 1993
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130-14 158th St

Jamaica, Queens
1 Apartments · Built 1956
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92-18 101st Ave

Jamaica, Queens
6 Apartments · Built 1931
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147-36 94th Ave

Jamaica, Queens
380 Apartments · Built 2018
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68 Norton St

Jamaica, Queens
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Average Rents in Jamaica